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FOX News
Apr 1, 2010 5:00pm EDT
and general motors for march. 40% gain for ford. 21% for g.m. toyota sales surged, too, by whopping 41%. glenn beck returns in a moment and judge napolitano, but first, chris wallace previews special report. >> coming up, we look at what republicans need to do to regain control of congress. and why the catholic church is striking back at the "new york times." join me at 6:00 eastern for "special report." ♪ ♪ >>> the $1 trillion gap in retiree benefits in this country, according to the pew center on the states. and since state and local governments will be footing the bill for the shortfall, it works out to more than $8800 for every american household. now cities like memphis, toledo and los angeles trying to pinch pennies leaning on the unions. have unions priced themselves out of a job in ask mark mix, president of the national right to work committee and charles payne ceo of wall street strategies and my colleague, contributor on the fox business network. charles, to you first. what is the problem? what is happening? what have governments just recognized about unions and their benefits a
FOX News
Apr 16, 2010 5:00pm EDT
're not stupid. where the growth coming from? oh, auto manufacturering. yeah. we have toyotas driving down the street and they're driving themselves in into poles. people still say, "i'd rather have that than a g.m." and steel? no. we closed that down. clothing? no, we don't make clothing anymore. apple. apple is going to save us! nope, made elsewhere. check your iphone. designed in california. assembled by slaves in china. i think they leave the slave part out. how about the green jobs in yeah. solar panels. yeah. do you really think we can make solar panels cheaper with our union labor than they can make in s s say india? i didn't think so. be honest. because we -- i did this, too. we all did. we wanted to believe the lie. we believed it. we had a good time. now it's time to sober up. we'll hurt with the changes. my first five years in the recovery from alcohol, i didn't think i was going to make it. it was a lot easier in some ways to go back to drinking. but drinking will kill you. you will be a slave to it or anybody who will hold you up. it takes a long time and a lot of hard work a
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